Moving On


Speaking of letting go, it seems that it’s time for me to move on from the challenge I created for myself.

At the start of the year, I was feeling stuck with my photography, and so I made up a mindfulness challenged that aligned with my yoga practice and allowed me opportunities to “focus” on my photography.

It started off well.

Midway through, however, I got stuck in a different way.  I was inspired once again with my photography, but sticking with the challenge turned out to be, well, challenging.

For the last couple of months, I have had my list out on my desk, hoping to get back to it.  However, instead of helping me to write, it stalled me completely.

This morning, I am moving on.  I am letting go of the challenge, and returning to my write-when-the-inspiration-arises format of this blog.

After all, it served its purpose.  And some writing is better than no writing at all.


2 thoughts on “Moving On

  1. I think our instincts are always right when it comes to our personal blogs. If it starts to feel like a chore, that’s a sign you should mix it up a little. I have the opposite problem – I often find myself posting number one in a series and then never seeming to get round to doing the next one, let alone a series. One of my readers is going to call me out over that sooner or later.

    1. You are so right. It was a relief to finally decide to let the challenge go. We need to write what feels right, instead of hanging on to something that is no longer serving us.

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